The numerous challenges of caring for a loved one with WAGR/11p deletion syndrome can often be overwhelming and isolating. This section is to help guide parents and caregivers once diagnosis has been made. Understanding basic genetics and accepting and understanding the diagnosis are often among the first steps in learning to navigate the complexities of caring for a WAGR individual. Developing positive parent/physician relationships and our checklist for parents include information developed with the help of other WAGR families who have shared ideas and information from their own experiences. Family stories and sibling perspectives included in this section often help to alleviate concerns and fears while helping to provide a realistic glimpse into the lives of families raising and caring for individuals with WAGR syndrome.